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(INDIANAPOLIS) - The job of state school superintendent will soon be appointed, not elected -- and maybe sooner than anticipated. The House Education Committee has voted to let whoever's elected governor next year appoint the superintendent. That change was already scheduled to...
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WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Indiana Republican Senator Mike Braun says he doesn't see any movement from either Democrats or Republicans to end the government shutdown. In an interview Wednesday with 93 WIBC's Tony Katz, Senator Braun says the shutdown is "at the point where [...
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HOWARD COUNTY, Ind. – A Sharpsville man is facing charges after being accused of running naked down a road while high on acid. According to the Kokomo Tribune , officers say they received a call around 12:30 a.m. Jan. 8 that a man was yelling and cursing while smashing out a...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis barber Anthony Williamson is aware; he's been watching the news and keeping up with the partial government shutdown. The government shutdown is in its fourth week. 800,000 government workers are not getting paid, including TSA and other workers who...
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LAFAYETTE, Ind. --A police officer in Lafayette who was accidentally shot in the back by another officer while serving an arrest warrant is out of the hospital and continues to recover. Officer Lane Butler was seriously hurt in the shooting, but managed to survive. In a post to...
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The following schools and businesses are closed or delayed for Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019: ALBANY UMC PRESCHOOL: Closed Today ALEXANDRIA COMMUNITY SCHOOLS: Delayed 2 hours ANDERSON CHRISTIAN SCHOOL: Delayed 2 hours ANDERSON COMMUNITY SCHOOLS: Delayed 2 hours AREA 30 CAREER CENTER...
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INDIANAPOLIS- -One man was killed in a shooting that happened outside the Minton-Capeheart Federal Building in downtown Indianapolis Tuesday afternoon. IMPD says they were called to Michigan and Pennsylvania streets around 4:30 and heard that one man had been shot. He later died...
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STATE HOUSE --Gov. Holcomb's plans to help raise teacher pay and improve Indiana's economy in several ways didn't get much argument from Rep. Karlee Macer (D-Indianapolis), House minority leader, following the State of the State address Tuesday night. Teacher pay "I'm grateful...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Governor Holcomb wants legislators to boost teacher pay by shoring up their pension fund. Holcomb announced in his State of the State address he'll seek $150 million to cover the last unfunded liability in the Teachers' Retirement Fund. That would reduce local...